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Mauritius national beach soccer team

The Mauritius national beach soccer team represents Mauritius in international beach soccer competitions and is controlled by the MFA, the governing body for football in Mauritius. The Mauritius national beach soccer team played their first game, a FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup qualifier, in July 2009, losing 0–13 to Nigeria.[1] Their first win came in the 2009 Festisable du Tampon, which took place in Réunion, in which Mauritius won against the hosts 3–2.[2]

Mauritius
Nickname(s)Club M, Les Dodos
AssociationMauritius Football Association
ConfederationCAF (Africa)
Head coachEddy Rose
CaptainKelly Mariva
FIFA codeMRI


First colours


Second colours
First international
 Mauritius 0 – 13 Nigeria 
(Durban, South Africa; 1 July 2009)
Biggest win
 Mauritius 3 – 2 Réunion 
(Le Tampon, Réunion ;8 May 2009)
Biggest defeat
 Mauritius 0 – 13 Nigeria 
(Durban, South Africa; 1 July 2009)
CAF Beach Soccer Championship
Appearances1 (first in 2009)
Best resultGroup Stage (2009)

Contents

Current squadEdit

Correct as of 2011

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1   GK Kevin Jean-Louis
2   DF Guillano Édouard
3   DF Christopher L'Enclume
4   DF Jean-Marie Chavry
5   MF Jonathan Ernest
6   MF Ashley Lemince
No. Position Player
7   MF Gravel Azie
8   MF Kelly Mariva (captain)
9   FW David Azie
10   FW Stéphane Arthée
18   FW Jonathan Moutou
11   GK Kingsley Mitraille

Coach: Eddy Rose

Current StaffEdit

  • Head of Delegation: Nanda Kistnen

Awards and competition recordsEdit

Festisable du Tampon recordEdit

  • 2009 — 2nd
  • 2011 — 4th

CAF Beach Soccer Championship recordEdit

  • 2006–2008 — Did not participate
  • 2009 — 9th
  • 2011 — Did not participate

FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup recordEdit

  • 1995–2008 — Did not participate
  • 2009 — Did not qualify
  • 2011 — Did not participate

ScheduleEdit

  Win   Tie   Loss

Recent resultsEdit



ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit